THE DAILY LEADER: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2009

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FLOOR SCHEDULE FOR MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2009
 
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2:00 p.m.: Legislative Business   6:30 p.m.   7:00 p.m.

“One Minutes”

 

Suspensions (6 Bills)

1.       H.R. 3767 - To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 170 North Main Street in Smithfield, Utah, as the "W. Hazen Hillyard Post Office Building" (Rep. Bishop (UT) - Oversight and Government Reform)

2.       S. 1825 - A bill to extend the authority for relocation expenses test programs for Federal employees (Sen. Lieberman - Oversight and Government Reform)

3.       H.R. 3539 - To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 427 Harrison Avenue in Harrison, New Jersey, as the "Patricia D. McGinty-Juhl Post Office Building" (Rep. Sires - Oversight and Government Reform)

4.       H.R. 1506 - To provide that claims of the United States to certain documents relating to Franklin Delano Roosevelt shall be treated as waived and relinquished in certain circumstances (Rep. Slaughter - Oversight and Government Reform)

5.       S. 1314 - A bill to designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 630 Northeast Killingsworth Avenue in Portland, Oregon, as the "Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Post Office" (Sen. Wyden - Oversight and Government Reform)

6.       H.R. 1242 - To amend the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 to provide for additional monitoring and accountability of the Troubled Assets Relief Program (Rep. Maloney - Financial Services)

                                                                                            

* Conference Reports may be brought up at any time.

* Motions to go to Conference should they become available.      

      * Possible Motions to Instruct Conferees.


The Daily Quote

"Republican critics say that the health care bills would saddle the government with large new costs to cover the uninsured by expanding Medicaid and providing subsidies to help low and middle-income people buy insurance...Their arguments overlook the fact that the government is already paying many of these costs ... It also overlooks the fact that both bills are designed to keep deficits from increasing over the next decade or two.”

 

  - New York Times, 11/15/09